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Iran's UN representative says Europeans "must compensate" Iran for US sanctions losses in order to save the nuclear deal.
UN expert Agnes Callamard urges the US to act on an investigation into the Saudi journalist's death.
The landmark referendum will address a major national debate about constitutional recognition.
At least 24 people are dead after one of the worst outbreaks of tribal violence in Papua New Guinea in years.
Mexico's Carlos Urzúa said there were discrepancies in economic matters in letter made public on Twitter.
The former Farc rebel turned lawmaker failed to show up to court on drug smuggling charges.
US Marine General Joseph Dunford wants to "ensure freedom of navigation" in the Gulf and off Yemen.
Hackers stole 6,000 emails and other documents from a climate research centre almost 10 years ago.
It's 50 years since the first ever manned landing on the Moon - what was involved?
A six year old who had an aggressive tumour in her eye has been fitted with a prosthetic in Jordan and is returning to home to Yemen.
Matthew Cruikshank has a potential daily audience of more than five billion people.
Sudan's opposition has accused its military leaders of allowing foreign powers to exploit the country.
Scientists say at least 20% of gulls carry the bacteria, which they fear can be passed onto humans.
A passenger in Durban filmed him in his cab and he has since become a viral hit.
Menzi Mngoma has become a viral sensation, auditioning for Cape Town Opera.
Tabisha Esperance is the self-proclaimed "best fashion designer" in Kenya's Kakuma refugee camp.
Emanuela Orlandi disappeared on her way home and now the Vatican has agreed to open two tombs.
A popular god has been invoked in attacks on Indian Muslims, deepening fears of religious polarisation.
The family's lawyer says the cruise company should not have left an open window in a play area.
The PAWmicon event saw pet owners in San Diego get creative with costumes for themselves and their pets.